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Published on: April 13, 2018
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
As we pass our 5th year anniversary, we hope that you’ll join us in celebrating what we have accomplished for advancing women’s brain health, help us honour those catalysts that have been instrumental in our success, and hear about how we plan to raise the bar moving forward.
CATALYST AWARD RECIPIENTS
Ken Aber Lisa Borsook Dr. Vivien Brown Lorraine Chan Meryl Comer Elizabeth Fisher Inez Jabalpurwala
Dr. Yves Joanette Mark Lash Lyndsay McDonald Mary Michael Margaret Nightingale Heather Reisman Sylvia Soyka
May 10 | 6-9PM | GARDINER MUSEUM | TORONTO
EVENING MADE POSSIBLE BY
Sutton Special Risk & The Citrine Foundation of Canada
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